Your pictures: Frames

image source, Muireann Lonergan
image captionEach week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "frames" and we begin with this photograph sent in by Muireann Lonerga of her with her sisters on Cable Beach in Western Australia.
image source, Jackie Harding
image captionJackie Harding: "A ghostly bike frame lying in a river in the Dutch town of Leerdam."
image source, Margaret Metcalfe
image captionMargaret Metcalfe: "Makeshift goal posts on a beach in Southern Mexico frame two horse riders as they enjoy a ride close to the waves."
image source, Ceit Jesmont
image captionCeit Jesmont: "August Bank Holiday weekend. A frame placed along the Promenade of Morecambe allowing the passer-by to capture the live serene view of Morecambe bay as a picture."
image source, Guy Goodhart
image captionGuy Goodhart: "Two chaps taking a breather as they carried their loads up a hill in the city of Shimla in northern India."
image source, Zara Sumpton
image captionZara Sumpton: "A frame within a frame. A self-portrait taken on a disposable camera in the jungle, Ecuador."
image source, Willoughby Werner
image captionWilloughby Werner: "This is a picture I took at the Meteor Crater, Arizona. The brick viewing window frames the inhospitable landscape, while enhancing its majesty."
image source, Terry Richter
image captionTerry Richter: "A woman framed by a hallway framed by a window in a stucco wall, all in graded shades of the same yellow. Taken in Pershing Square, downtown Los Angeles."
image source, Robin Stern
image captionRobin Stern: "The scene is Woburn Abbey, the people featured are my wife and youngest daughter. The sculpture a perfect example of a magnificent exhibition."
image source, Ian Salisbury
image captionIan Salisbury: "The Thornicroft's giraffe of Zambia's Luangwa Valley are a unique sub-species. Whilst viewing them recently I managed to use the legs of one to frame another."
image source, Ashley Mayes
image captionAshley Mayes: "Exploring the wonders of lenses. A hand-crafted camera obscura, made for a project by an undergraduate architecture student, exhibited at this year's Sheffield School of Architecture Summer Exhibition."
image source, Robin Berriman
image captionAnd finally, a photograph of the Shard in London by Robin Berriman. The next theme is "numbers" and the deadline for your entries is 17 September. If you would like to enter, send your pictures to Further details and terms can be found by following the link below this gallery.

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